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Ideally, you'd play a forest, wayfarer, and sac for a non-basic land like Treetop Village. You then have a 3/3 trampling across the board on turn 2. Elvish Pioneer cannot do this.
But Exploration can
Posted By: zk3 (9/13/2010 3:42:41 PM)


you can sacrifice this on the same turn you play it though. for tapping, you have to wait until the next turn. just saying.
Posted By: Sacrier (9/8/2009 5:13:17 PM)


You seem to be forgetting that this block was all about the Threshold mechanic. This card was pretty good back in the day, and is pretty good now too. It has its uses.
Posted By: Bigg_ol_FATTKIDD (3/6/2010 11:10:47 PM)


Give me Elvish Pioneer.
Posted By: McThor (5/4/2010 3:35:01 PM)


He does well for a human.
Posted By: ZEvilMustache (5/6/2010 1:12:37 PM)


You can play an extra land UNTAPPED on first turn. Just ramp up to Lurghoyf style cards. Turn two Splinterfright, without 0 toughness? Thank you
Posted By: Kindulas (1/14/2012 12:50:52 PM)


Hellooooo Morbid trigger.
Posted By: DoragonShinzui (4/11/2013 7:58:06 AM)


i prefer tapping a creature rather than sacrificing it.
Posted By: Mode (7/31/2009 4:03:52 PM)


Does this mean you can drop a forest, play this, sac it to play another forest, and then play birds of paradise or noble hierarch all on your first turn? Because four mana available on turn 2 is incredible, even if you kill your hand.
Posted By: Laguz (4/19/2010 9:05:22 PM)


people should also remember playing a land at instant speed. That's pretty rare - fun in a control deck when they think you're tapped out, even if this case it shows them, some players may not expect it.
Posted By: CogMonocle (8/14/2013 7:25:56 AM)